A wide-ranging programme
Throughout the day, the guests were able to put together their own agenda from a variety of management and technical sessions. In the management sessions, there were interesting discussions about the importance of IT security strategies in interaction with cyber insurance as well as about new work concepts in the lecture “From Office to Experience”.
The panel discussion “Future Skills – what do we have to (un)learn” was certainly a highlight of the day. Moderated by Merle Rüter (avodaq), her guests Bettina Reichart (Lufthansa Group), Katrin Hartmann (Cisco) and Dr. Michael von Wagner (Uniklinikum Frankfurt) spoke about the challenges facing employees and employers today.
The role of appreciation and the different approaches taken by the companies were discussed in detail. The topic of AI was also addressed and all participants agreed that it can be used as a complementary factor to the human workforce, but will not completely replace it.
There was a deeper dive in the technical sessions. The presentations ranged from collaborative intelligence, automation through software innovations and managed services to automated reactions to IT security incidents and zero trust networks. Not only the avodaq specialists shared their knowledge. The partners Cisco, Five9 and Fortinet also gave expert presentations on their special service portfolios.